Best Practices for Using Microsoft Outlook from a Sales Perspective

Newsletter, Facebook Pages & Upcoming Posts

The Arrow-Tips email newsletter has been officially re-launched and the first issue sent out.  If you would like to receive our monthly newsletter with tips and tricks for using Microsoft Outlook more efficiently along with other special features like events and new product announcements, click here.

We’ve also created a new Advena Artemis Facebook page with an active discussions where you can exchange ideas with us as well as other Arrow-Tips readers and Advena Artemis clients.  As many of you know, we’re eternally curious and love hearing about what is going on with our readers and clients!  You can check the Facebook Advena Artemis Page here

I’m very excited about some of the upcoming posts we are currently working on for Arrow-Tips!  Be on the look out for:

Arrow-Tip #56 & #57 Creating Metrics to Illustrate KPIs Part I & II (part of our Creating a KPI Dashboard using SharePoint series)

Arrow-Tip #58 Using the Conversations Feature to Reach Inbox Zero – This will be Advena Artemis Training Specialist Hilary Case’s Arrow-Tips debut so give her lots of great feedback!

Personal Organization for Your Home – This is a guest blog post by local celebrity designer Pamela O’Brien of Room Redo.  I’m great with designing business processes, but when it comes to attractive yet highly functional and practical home decor, Pamela is the bomb!

And of course we have several other Arrow-Tips ideas lining up in the queue.  If there is a particular topic regarding Outlook, Share Point, business development, social media or any of the other areas we regularly address, please leave us a comment here or on Facebook and we’ll get them in the queue as well!

In the mean time, have a great weekend and happy hunting next week!

This post was written by MistyKhan and published on May 14, 2010 in the following categories: Front Page, Inbox, Inbox Zero, SharePoint. You can leave trackbacks on this post at this address. To follow the comments on this post subscribe to the RSS feed.


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